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Hazlewood unlikely for Boxing Day Test

Melbourne: Australian pace bowler Josh Hazlewood is a doubtful starter for the third Ashes Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) starting on December...

Bowlers were aware of ball-tampering tactics, hints Bancroft

The right-handed batsman has played 10 matches and scored 446 runs at an average of 26.23 in his Test career

CSK fast bowler Josh Hazlewood opts out of IPL 2021

Chennai Super Kings' bowler takes the decision to keep himself fresh for Ashes and T20 World Cup

Pujara feels strike-rate overrated

The ace batsman says numbers wise, it may not look like a very, very good series for him

Jadeja says he will rewind and play the run out of Smith

Smith, who was batting on 130 and was in a mood to slog every ball in company of No.11 batsman Josh Hazlewood, couldn't beat a direct throw from Jadeja

McGrath impressed with Shubman Gill

When I saw him (Gill) the other day in the ODI, I thought he had a good technique, he looked like he belonged to international cricket, said McGrath

Boxing Day Test: Rahane looks to plot fightback in Kohli’s absence

India and Australia are dealing with contrasting feelings as they head into the Boxing Day Test

Australia will blow away India at MCG: Warne

Australia had bundled out India for their lowest-ever Test score of 36 in the opening Test which the hosts won by eight wickets

Moving ball continues to haunt India

From English summer to Australia summer Kohli’s men slipped to their worst-ever defeat

Aussies ready for revenge in Pink ball Test

First Day/Night Test in the series will start on Thursday

Abott out with injury, Henriques included

"All-rounder Moises Henriques has been added to Australia's squad for the first Vodafone Test against India after the hosts' camp continues to be hit with injury," a report said.

India eye T20 series sweep

New white-ball sensation Natarajan has had a superb initiation in international cricket.

Starc says bio-bubble is not sustainable

In a world scarred by Covid-19 pandemic, cricket is currently being organised in bio-bubbles and the situation is unlikely to change anytime soon

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